In the latest issue of Perfect Sound Forever <http://www.furious.com/perfect/index0421.html>,
you'll find (among other things):
Interview- Civil Rights' music by Jason Gross
"The excellent recent PBS documentary The Black Church covered not only the obvious racial and religious aspects of the church but also its vital political and musical aspects, with the latter two coming together in the Civil Rights Movement. In the
early '60s, as the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) looked to gather members and momentum, one of the crucial ways to spread the word was through song, and one of their chief messengers was a vocal group called the Freedom Singers."
'60's folk archive find by Tony Ruiz
"'38 McDougal,; the latest Fred Neil official release comes from Mark Linn''s Delmore Recording Society label, brings us "the singer-songwriter of the singer-songwriters," recorded in between the difficult Bleecker And McDougal sessions (Elektra, 1965).
Unleashed first in November 2020 on clear vinyl format and now on CD and digital formats, '38 McDougal' contains eight songs from a reel to reel tape stored for decades by guitarist Pete Childs."
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